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Senior Greg Hardin picked up his first 2013 All-America honors on Thursday after he was named to the Beyond Sports Network FCS Second Team.
Hardin garners BSN FCS All-America honors
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Updated: Friday 12/12/2013 11:11:18 (ET)
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Beyond Sports Network FCS All-America Team

Leesburg, Va. -
Senior Greg Hardin was one of four wide receivers named to the Beyond Sports Network FCS All-America Second Team on Thursday. The 2013 BSN All-America teams were chosen by votes from sports information directors, coaches, media and BSN staff members.

Hardin finished the 2013 campaign with career-highs in receptions (67) and receiving yards (1,157) and also added five touchdown receptions.

The first team All-Big Sky performer posted six 100-yard receiving games and finished his UND career by setting school records with 216 regular-season receptions and 3,583 overall receiving yards in his four seasons.

Hardin concluded his career with a season-high 11 receptions for 179 yards at UC Davis on Nov. 16. He had a season-high 207 yards receiving and two touchdowns in a home loss to South Dakota State on Sept. 7.

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